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Fri Mar 21 17:09:04 2014 UTClccn-n800894600.47Kyaria inobēshon : shiseikatsu no jūjitsu ga mirai o hiraku /0.651.00Work and family : beyond work and family : adventures on the fault line /27391226n 80089460470604ベイリン, Llccn-n50016110Bailyn, Bernardlccn-n79091396Schein, Edgar H.lccn-n79006591Massachusetts Institute of Technologylccn-n79079573Rapoport, Rhonalccn-n79066088Ford Foundationlccn-n98083988Radcliffe Public Policy Institutelccn-n83178401Sloan School of Managementlccn-n78045717Vest, Charles M.lccn-n79086412Kochan, Thomas A.lccn-n84133141Drago, Robert W.(Robert William)Bailyn, LotteCase studiesHistoryUnited StatesWork and familyIndustries--Social aspectsMassachusettsMerchant marineUniversities and colleges--Alumni and alumnaeEngineersEngineering--Social aspectsComic books and childrenRadio and childrenTelevision and childrenMotion pictures and childrenUniversities and colleges--FacultyShippingMassachusetts--CambridgeWomen college teachersWomenWomen scientistsWomen in scienceBailyn, LotteFamiliesEngineers--AttitudesPay equityMassachusetts--BostonCollege teachers--TenureSex discrimination in employmentCareer developmentProfessional employeesMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyJob stress--PreventionJob stress--Social aspectsSex discrimination in higher educationWomen--EmploymentIndustrial relations--Social aspectsWork--Social aspectsTelecommutingQuality of work lifeGreat Britain1999195619591962196419651974197519771979198019821983198419851986198719881989199219931996199719981999200020012002200620072011211250103306.36HD4904.257657ocn028376250book19930.50Bailyn, LotteBreaking the mold : women, men, and time in the new corporate world+-+863765475553713ocn000237480book19590.63Bailyn, BernardMassachusetts shipping, 1697-1714; a statistical studyHistory2804ocn006555414book19790.81Bailyn, LotteLiving with technology : issues at mid-career2697ocn064427461book20060.76Bailyn, LotteBreaking the mold : redesigning work for productive and satisfying livesLotte Bailyn argues that society's separation of work and family is no longer a tenable model for employees or the organizations that employ them. Unless American business is willing to radically rethink some of its basic assumptions about work, career paths, and time, both employee and employer will suffer in today's intensely competitive business environment+-+K7489965351033ocn035184055book19960.92Rapoport, RhonaRelinking life and work : toward a better futureCase studies686ocn004292252book19560.88Bailyn, LotteMass media and children: a study of exposure habits and cognitive effects71ocn040119894book19961.00Bailyn, LotteWork and family : beyond work and family : adventures on the fault line64ocn018213402book19880.97Bailyn, LotteToward the perfect workplace? The experience of home-based systems developers63ocn051593903book20010.92Bailyn, LotteIntegrating work and family life : a holistic approach52ocn613487102book19930.66Etzion, DaliaPatterns of adjustment to the Career/Family conflict of technically trained women in the us and Israel52ocn020309499book19891.00Bailyn, LotteManaging people in the R & D lab : the hybrid career41ocn043244908book19991.00Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyA study of the status of women faculty in science at MIT : how a Committee on Women Faculty came to be established by the Dean of the School of Science, what the Committee and the Dean learned and accomplished, and recommendations for the future44ocn743366077com19860.96Bailyn, LotteExperiencing technical work a comparison of male and female engineers32ocn237088926book19990.73A study on the status of women faculty in science at MITFindings and analyses of the status of women faculty in the six departments in the School of Science. The report was submitted in 1996, appended in 1997 and 199831ocn035650551book19960.92Re-linking work and family : a catalyst for organizational change32ocn808666554book19640.92DaedalusThe woman in america33ocn227528761book19821.00Bailyn, LotteInner contradictions in technical careersThis paper reports results of research in three R and D labs. It indicates that response to economic and technical change can lead to contradictory signals in the R and D lab which decrease the satisfaction of R and D professionals and interferes with the effectiveness of their work. Some implications are drawn for the management of technical professionals. (Author)32ocn759152380book20110.47Bailyn, LotteKyaria inobēshon : shiseikatsu no jūjitsu ga mirai o hiraku21ocn003119442book19770.92Bailyn, LotteTechnical careers at mid-stream : an analysis of mid-career issues and their organizational implications22ocn674989127book20070.47Kyaria inobēshon : Shigoto seikatsu no toinaoshi ga tsukuru kosei sonchō no soshiki bunka41ocn042247363book19971.00Bailyn, LotteFour generations : a memoir of women's livesBiography+-+8637654755+-+8637654755Fri Mar 21 16:10:00 EDT 2014batch12007